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Protestant - ProtestantUsually, ,thepriesthoodofall...

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Protestant  - ∙ Usually, a Christian denying the universal authority of the Pope and  affirming the Reformation principles of justification by faith alone, the priesthood of all  believers, and the primacy of the Bible as the only source of revealed truth. The Church  of England originally, under Henry VIII, rejected such doctrines, and persecuted  Protestants along with Roman Catholics, who acknowledged papal authority.  schism  - ∙ A formal split within a church, usually over disputes in rightful authority, not  always involving disputes over religious dogmas; also the break between the Church of  England and the Roman Catholic Church in 1534, formalized with the Act of Supremacy.  Transubstantiation  - ∙ Idea that bread and wine, prayed over by a priest, becomes  thoroughly and substantially the real body and blood of Jesus Christ. This concept has 
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